Thursday February 20, 2020

Property Editor’s note: Don’t sweat Brexit

There has been as much fuss about the economic impact of Brexit as the Y2K bug

19th June, 2016
A participant holds information brochures during a meeting for British citizens Pic: Getty

It always fascinates me just how quickly panic spreads. Only three more days to go and all anyone seems to want to talk about is Brexit and whether or not the British public will leave the European Union and what doom and disaster that could herald for Ireland.

With that in mind, it was refreshing to listen to the thoughts of Dr Karen Devine from UCD’s School of Law and Government on RTÉ’s Prime Time...

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